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One of the primary tenets of the GDPR & Data...
Hackers are no longer just focusing on larger...
Backed by the UK government, the Cyber Essentials scheme was created in 2014 to empower companies with the tools and knowledge to keep their data, customer information, and businesses protected from cyber-attacks. Find out how to get your business certified today.
Learn how to work from home without putting yourself or your business at risk.
We have worked with our partner, Addition Finance, to give you this complete guide on accountancy for SMEs.
Your 5 step action plan to protect your business...
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This guide will help you to protect your business’ personal information and online systems by massively reducing the likelihood and impact of a successful attack, therefore protecting your hard-earned reputation. You can implement these 7 cybersecurity best practises for small businesses today, and not-so incidentally, they will also help you become GDPR compliant. You will be able to rest easy knowing that your small business’ cyber security is taken care of.
This month we discuss Facebook trying to cover...
The SME club is a free and independent resource for all UK small and medium businesses. The club was set up to help support SME owners with every aspect of running their business and help connect members with other business owners, directors and experts.
IPSE, the Association of Independent Professionals and Self-Employed is the newest member of the Naq partner network. Together, we are empowering this critical sector of the UK economy to ensure livelihoods are protected.
Data privacy legislation is not known for being easy to understand. Otherwise, who would need to pay for lawyers, right?! The complexity of data privacy legislation is compounded when we are dealing with Brexit and cross-border data transfers. Lucky for you, our in-house GDPR lawyers love this stuff and have written this guide especially for SMEs in the UK and Europe.
The process of becoming GDPR compliant might feel overwhelming for small businesses, but it doesn’t have to fill you with terror! Just follow these 7 steps, and you’ll be able to become compliant when it comes to GDPR consent management. This article is the second instalment in our Transformer Series, designed to enable you to become your very own cyber security and GDPR compliance transformer. From articles to workshops and everything in between, we will guide you through all the things you need to do to become GDPR compliant and cyber secure.
The process of becoming GDPR compliant might feel overwhelming for small businesses, but it doesn’t have to fill you with terror! Just follow these 7 steps, and you’ll be able to secure yourself, your business and its sensitive information. This article is the first instalment in our Transformer Series, designed to enable you to become your very own cyber security and GDPR compliance transformer. From articles to workshops and everything in between, we will guide you through all the things you need to do to become GDPR compliant and cyber secure.
We are so excited to announce that Usercentrics GmbH is the newest addition to Naq Cyber’s awesome partner network! Together we will help small businesses with their website consent management.
As attacks and attackers become increasingly sophisticated and remote and cloud working more widespread, our cyber security measures should keep up. But in the modern world, changes occur so rapidly that it can be difficult to know what to do or where to start when it comes to securing our law firm’s systems and sensitive information.
We’re delighted to announce that Elliot Atkins has taken up the position of Non-Executive Director for Naq Cyber. Elliott brings an incredibly broad set of experience and knowledge having spent nearly 25 years in cyber security, that will be invaluable to Naq as we progress with our commercial and development roadmap.
We hope you’ll take the chance during the festive season to reflect on a challenging year and recognise your own successes, growth and resilience as we set our sights on what 2021 will bring. Since Naq was established in 2019, we couldn’t have predicted the year we’ve had – here are some of our highlights.
Looking ahead with optimism to 2021, co-founders Nadia Kadhim and Chris Clinton are excited to invite investors and VCs to join their pre-seed funding round worth £300,000 for Naq Cyber.